CHISPASAURA, the Combustive Conductive Pokegirl

Type: Near Human - Inhumanoid (Stegosauridae Metamorph)
Element: Electric/Fire
Frequency: Rare
Diet: Herbivore
Role: Logging, Heat and/or Electricity Generation, Light manipulation
Libido: Average
Strong Vs: Electric, Flying, Steel, Bug, Fire, Ice
Weak Vs: Ground, Rock, Dragon
Attacks: Fire Spin, Fire Strike, Ignite, Flamethrower, Buzzsaw, Lightning Strike, Electric Spear, Lightning Body, Thunderbolt, Roll Out, Horn Attack, Tail Smash
Enhancements: Metamorph (Alternate Form), Enhanced Endurance (x3), Enhanced Strength (x3), Enhanced Agility (x2), Enhanced Speed (x2), Enhanced Senses (Hearing)(x2), Natural Weapons (Tail Spikes), Recovery, Elemental Absorption (Electric), Pyrokinesis, Photokinesis, Enhanced Durability (x3)
Evolves: None
Evolves From: None

Well known for their ability to quickly level acres of forests and fields, the Chispasaura was part of a team of pokegirls that employed 'salted earth' tactics. After areas were reasonably defoliated, the ground would be salted to raise salinity and destroy chances of human forces rebuilding farms without the help of pokegirls. In modern times, these Stegosauria dinosaur pokegirls are often used in logging, electricity generation, or in various industries where fire use is part of the trade. The breed is seen in tamer harems as well, where their novel elemental abilities make them popular.

Like other dinosaur pokegirls, the Chispasaura is metamorphic, having both a taming form and a battle form that appears to be the animal the pokegirl is based on. This electric-fire breed is based on Stegosauria, the most famous of these dinosaurs being the stegosaurus, a quadrupedal dinosaur with large plates following the spine down to a tail with four large spikes. Most battle forms of the breed have a similar body shape, though the shape, size, and placing of the plates vary by the animal base, with some having spikes instead of spines, or the addition of shoulder spikes. Sizes range from 8 feet (2.5 meters) high and 24 feet (7.3 meters) long at the largest, to 4 feet (1.3 meters) high and 15 feet (4.5 meters) long.

All taming forms of the breed have a long tail ending in four sharp spikes, with rows of hardened sections along the spine where their plates are located in their battle form. Some keep their plates in both forms, making taming tricky in addition to the need to secure the tail. Occasionally, shoulder spikes are present, usually on individuals whose battle forms have similar spikes. Chispasaura have scales in lieu of skin, though in their taming forms these scales are very soft and smooth ventrally on even the most animorphic individuals. Skin color varies, usually falling into greens, browns, or light creams, which also includes human skin tones in the taming forms.

Well known for being easygoing, Chispasauras are occasionally also described as lazy, though this may be due to a general laid back attitude. It's rare to see a member of the breed acting very excited, angry, or any emotion in the extreme. Due to their nature, the breed make excellent Betas, as offering an ear to listen or a shoulder to cry on suits the Chispasaura's nature. The ability to hold the Alpha position varies by individual and the Tamers needs or wants of the Alpha position.

Taming is generally seen as hassle-less, mostly due to the breed's general personality. Most of these electric-fire dino pokegirls cooperate readily in any taming situation, though most tend to lean towards the preferences of their tamers. These stegosaurus pokegirls generally have to be careful of their tails during taming, which is generally solved by having the breed on bottom. For individuals with jutting plates in their taming form, careful positioning is required, or special beds/areas specifically prepared for taming. Despite being a fire and electric type, no special salves or equipment is needed, as this dinosaur breed has to deliberately use their elemental abilities for techniques to occur.

A Chispasaura's laid back nature often bleeds through to battling tactics, where most treat sanctioned battles as a game and using light techniques against foes, looking to paralyze first. A few will continue to do this even against deadly foes. With coaching and training, the breed is able to battle more efficiently, some trainers teach their pokegirls to use powerful attacks first, especially against ferals. Most impressive of all is the appearance of the breed as they battle, as flames or electricity tend to spark up and down the breed's plates (or back nodes). Ground and Rock pokegirls are very effective against the breed, as well as Dragon types, as all three are known to withstand the breed's duel elements in some manner.

Feral Chispasauras tend to form small herds, usually of related partho-relatives, and tend to browse so long as there's sufficient foliage to feed them. The breed tend to adore Hot Tomatoes, and sometimes become nuisances when they discover farms are a source of their favored treat. Ferals are unable to effectively use both of their elements simultaneously, and tend to fall into using either electric techniques or fire techniques exclusively. Prior to attacking, the breed's plates will arc with whatever energy they're about to use, making this a good barometer of when and what element the pokegirl is going to use. Ground, Rock, or Dragon types are highly recommended for capturing ferals of the breed. Large quantities of aphrodisiacs such as Lust Dust or lust venom will shift ferals back into their taming form.

Threshold directly into a Chispasaura is rare, and usually marked first by either electricity buildup or high fevers, followed by the symptom the individual hasn't had. Backaches and general nausea at the smell of meat (or vomiting upon eating meat) is followed again by the first two symptoms as threshold progresses. At some point near the end of threshold, the girl will transform into their battle form, which marks them as pokegirls. The transformation back into their taming form finishes the process and shows any and all animorphic traits. Thresholders tend to be sold into industries, or areas where fire types are needed/wanted.